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"Healed By An Olive Tree" LS 1/4


"Healed By An Olive Tree" Sculpture

Pierre Riche

United States

Sculpture, Metal on Bronze

Size: 15 W x 22 H x 20 D in

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Originally listed for $2,440
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This sculpture was created on the heals of a large bronze Olive tree commission. After the art was delivered i had some extra scraps of bronze rods and a handful of leaves that were left over. I had also been thinking of creating a tree face for a long time and i had made drawings in the past of a face merged into nature. During the process of building the olive tree commission and researching the looks of olive leaves and branches i became aware of the healing properties of olive leaves. Being already interested in the connection with healing and plants the idea came to me and it all came together.

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Sculpture:Metal on Bronze

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:15 W x 22 H x 20 D in

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Bio 2016 Accepted into Cloverdale Ca. town-wide juried sculpture exhibition and received Honorable mention award. 2015 Awarded best in show for "Gears Of Thought" sculpture at Oakwilde Ranch and sculpture jurried sculpture show in Spring Valley Ca. 2014 Received a purchase award for the Juried ACA (Art Comes Alive) show from ADC (Art Design Consultants) in Cincinnati Ohio. 2012 Exhibited fire sculpture and “Metaface” in front of the MOCA at the Geffen in LA. for “Spirit Of Hope” fundraiser 2010 Invited to show “Healing Eye” Fire sculpture on the playa at Burning Man festival. 2009 studio fire destroyed building and some equipment. some sculptures were destroyed and some damaged. 2007 Taught a metal mask making class at “the Crucible” in Oakland, Ca. 2007- 2012 Built a large fire sculpture for Fire art festivals and toured it to festivals. 2006 Joined the community metal arts studio at the “Box shop” in San Fransisco, Ca. 2005 moved to California. 2002, 2004 Participated in Kingston Ny. biennial sculpture show. 2002 Taught welding to intern student from local elementary school. 2001 Curated a sculpture park in Woodstock, NY. on Woodstock's 100 year anniversary of Americas oldest artist colony. 2000 Chosen to exhibit his "Melting Strat" guitar sculpture in the village square of Woodstock NY. for a juried guitar sculpture exhibition. The sculpture was auctioned off by Southebys auction house on Ebay. 1997 Took figure sculpting class at the Art Students league NYC. 1995 Showed and sold sculpture at Avery Fisher hall at Lincoln center plaza. NYC. 1994 Guitar sculpture collected by The Lions Group and placed in Aerosmiths private club “Mama Kins” in Boston. 1994 Exhibited a life sized guitar player welded metal sculpture at Woodstock 25th anniversary concert. Had sculpture on the TV news channels in Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia and other countries. 1994 Moved to Woodstock NY. 1993 Apprenticed with Metal sculptor Jack Kearney In Provincetown, Cape Cod Ma. 1992 Had artworks collected and placed in Reginald Cabral’s famous art collection. 1992-1994 Lived on Cape Cod in an Artist colony. Was a member of the Provincetown arts museum. 1991 Drove cross country to live in Bisbee Az. Created an art installation for the Bisbee, Az. mining museum. 1990 Awarded best in show in Ridgefield Guild Of Artists juried art show.

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